Stauder Technologies Receives Hyde™ Order from Lockheed Martin for F-35

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Stauder Technologies received an order from Lockheed Martin, for the new Hyde™ 2.0 Tactical Communications Smart Hub. Lockheed Martin plans to use the Smart Hub in their Avionics Integration Facility to ensure digital interoperability with the F-35 aircraft, including all Digitally Aided Close Air Support (DACAS) mission threads.

Stauder Technologies received an order from Lockheed Martin, for the new Hyde™ 2.0 Tactical Communications Smart Hub. Lockheed Martin plans to use the Smart Hub in their Avionics Integration Facility to ensure digital interoperability with the F-35 aircraft, including all Digitally Aided Close Air Support (DACAS) mission threads. The Hyde™ will be delivered along with the latest version of the Joint Effects Coordination Link (JECL®) software developed by Stauder Technologies.

The Hyde™ was designed to enable legacy military equipment to interface with the latest cutting edge technology available in the commercial marketplace. The Hyde™ packaged with the widely deployed JECL® digital interoperability software solution, allows for third party software developers to create their own, user specific applications (e.g. StrikeLink®, Gusto®, ATAK, KILSWITCH, APASS, etc.) without having to understand the unique military equipment interface standards or network protocols. This initial order includes the USMC deployed StrikeLink® targeting and hand-off software.

“Stauder Technologies is pleased to be working with Lockheed Martin. We look forward to the opportunity to deliver a product that helps to ensure digital interoperability with the F-35 aircraft,” said Jerry Stauder, – President of Stauder Technologies.

Stauder Technologies recognizes the transformational move toward a digital battlefield, and the associated need for operating in a network centric environment, which means enabling precision targeting data and blue force data to be moved accurately and rapidly. The company’s key focus is on interoperable solutions, utilizing Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) which can communicate across the broad spectrum of data formats utilized by various militaries, platforms and agencies. Stauder Technologies (“Stauder”) was founded in 1997 and is located just outside of St Louis, Missouri. Stauder Technologies was recently recognized by Aviation Week and Space Technology as one of the industry’s “Top Companies to Watch”.

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